Nexus LOW-7000 cpu cooler review - Testing
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The test will be done using peltier modules, as they provide the most accurate readings by having a steady heat load.


Test will be done using 3 heat loads, 45.6,91.2 and 136.8 watt.
I will use Arctic Ceramique, and the temp will be taken from a copper plate between peltier and cooler base.

For comparison I will use only stock Intel cooler, because it is made for HTPC and I have to use small coolers.

Let's see the results!

We can see that at low heat loads it performs very well if we consider its size.At high wattage as expected the performance drops, this is not a problem because there is no chance for a HTPC to exceed 100w of thermal load on the cpu.


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